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Test Bank for Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 6th Edition by Diane Zak

Test Bank for Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 6th Edition by Diane Zak

PROGRAMMING WITH MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2012, 6E by best-selling author Diane Zak is the ideal choice for your introduction to programming. Readers learn to master the basics of effective programming as they work through a wealth of hands-on applications in this book’s engaging real-world setting. Numerous learning features address today’s varied learning styles with an approachable visual presentation, helpful step-by-step tutorials, and engaging “You Do It” activity boxes. Even students with no prior programming experience learn how to effectively plan and create interactive Windows applications. This edition emphasizes GUI design skills and object-oriented programming concepts throughout.

Additional ISBNs

1285711831, 9781285711836, 9781285375250

Table of Contents

Half Title
Title
Statement
Copyright
Brief Contents
Contents
Preface
Read This Before You Begin
Overview: An Introduction to Programming
After Studying the Overview, You Should Be Able to:
Programming a Computer
Visual Basic 2012
Using the Chapters Effectively
Summary
Key Terms
Ch 1: An Introduction to Visual Basic 2012
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
The Splash Screen Application
Properties of a Windows Form
Setting and Restoring a Property’s Value
Saving a Solution
Closing the Current Solution
Opening an Existing Solution
Exiting Visual Studio 2012
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
The Toolbox Window
The Label Tool
Changing a Property For Multiple Controls
Using the Format Menu
The PictureBox Tool
The Button Tool
Starting and Ending an Application
The Code Editor Window
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Using the Timer Tool
Setting the FormBorderStyle Property
The MinimizeBox, MaximizeBox, and ControlBox Properties
Printing the Application’s Code and Interface
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 2: Designing Applications
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Creating an Object-Oriented Application
Planning an Object-Oriented Application
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Building the User Interface
Locking the Controls on a Form
Assigning Access Keys
Controlling the Tab Order
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Coding the Application
Coding the btnClear Control’s Click Event Procedure
Coding the btnPrint Control’s Click Event Procedure
Writing Arithmetic Expressions
Coding the btnCalc Control’s Click Event Procedure
Testing and Debugging the Application
Assembling the Documentation
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 3: Using Variables and Constants
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Using Variables to Store Information
Assigning Data to an Existing Variable
The Scope and Lifetime of a Variable
Static Variables
Named Constants
Option Statements
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Modifying the Play It Again Movies Application
Modifying the Calculate Button’s Code
Concatenating Strings
The InputBox Function
The ControlChars.Newline Constant
Designating a Default Button
Using the ToString Method to Format Numbers
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Modifying the Load and Click Event Procedures
Coding the TextChanged Event Procedure
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 4: The Selection Structure
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Making Decisions in a Program
Flowcharting a Selection Structure
Coding Selection Structures in Visual Basic
Comparison Operators
Logical Operators
Comparing Strings Containing Letters
Converting a String to Uppercase or Lowercase
Summary of Operators
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Term
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Creating the Covington Resort Application
Coding the Covington Resort Application
The MessageBox.Show Method
Completing the btnCalc_Click Procedure
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Coding the KeyPress Event Procedures
Coding the Enter Event Procedures
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Term
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 5: More on the Selection Structure
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Nested Selection Structures
Flowcharting a Nested Selection Structure
Coding a Nested Selection Structure
Logic Errors in Selection Structures
Multiple-Alternative Selection Structures
The Select Case Statement
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Modifying the Covington Resort Application
Modifying the Calculate Button’s Code
Modifying the ClearLabels Procedure
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Using the TryParse Method for Data Validation
Generating Random Integers
Showing and Hiding a Control
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 6: The Repetition Structure
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Repeating Program Instructions
The Do…Loop Statement
Counters and Accumulators
Arithmetic Assignment Operators
The For…Next Statement
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Nested Repetition Structures
The Refresh and Sleep Methods
Trixie at the Diner
Revisiting the Savings Account Application
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Creating the Gross Pay Application
Including a List Box in an Interface
Coding the Gross Pay Application
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 7: Sub and Function Procedures
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Sub Procedures
Passing Variables
Function Procedures
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Including a Combo Box in an Interface
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Creating the Cerruti Company Application
Coding the FormClosing Event Procedure
Coding the btnCalc_Click Procedure
Completing the btnCalc_Click Procedure
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 8: String Manipulation
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Working with Strings
Determining the Number of Characters in a String
Removing Characters from a String
Inserting Characters in a String
Searching a String
Accessing the Characters in a String
Using Pattern-Matching to Compare Strings
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Adding a Menu to a Form
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Completing the Frankenstein Game Application
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 9: Arrays
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Arrays
One-Dimensional Arrays
The For Each…Next Statement
Calculating the Total and Average Values
Finding the Highest Value
Sorting a One-Dimensional Array
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Arrays and Collections
Accumulator and Counter Arrays
Parallel One-Dimensional Arrays
The Die Tracker Application
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Two-Dimensional Arrays
Totaling the Values Stored in a Two-Dimensional Array
Searching a Two-Dimensional Array
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Term
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 10: Structures and Sequential Access Files
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Structures
Declaring and Using a Structure Variable
Passing a Structure Variable to a Procedure
Creating an Array of Structure Variables
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Sequential Access Files
Writing Data to a Sequential Access File
Closing an Output Sequential Access File
Reading Data from a Sequential Access File
Closing an Input Sequential Access File
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Coding the CD Collection Application
Coding the Form’s Load Event Procedure
Coding the btnAdd_Click Procedure
Aligning Columns of Information
Coding the btnRemove_Click Procedure
Coding the Form’s FormClosing Event Procedure
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 11: Classes and Objects
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Object-Oriented Programming Terminology
Creating a Class
Example 1—A Class that Contains Public Variables Only
Example 2—A Class that Contains Private Variables, Public Properties, and Methods
Example 3—A Class that Contains a Parameterized Constructor
Example 4—Reusing a Class
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Example 5—A Class that Contains a ReadOnly Property
Example 6—A Class that Contains Auto-Implemented Properties
Example 7—A Class that Contains Overloaded Methods
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Example 8—Using a Base Class and a Derived Class
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 12: Web Applications
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Web Applications
Creating a Web Application
Adding the Default.aspx Web Page to the Application
Viewing a Web Page in Full Screen View
Adding Another Web Page to the Application
Adding a Link Button Control to a Web Page
Starting a Web Application
Adding an Image to a Web Page
Closing and Opening an Existing Web Application
Repositioning a Control on a Web Page
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Dynamic Web Pages
Coding the Submit Button’s Click Event Procedure
Validating User Input
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Term
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Creating the DJ Tom Application
Creating a Columnar Layout
Using an ASP Table
Adding Items to a DropDownList Control
Coding DJ Tom’s Web Page
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 13: Working with Access Databases and LINQ
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Database Terminology
Connecting an Application to a Microsoft Access Database
Binding the Objects in a Dataset
Visual Basic Code
The Copy to Output Directory Property
Binding to an Existing Control
Coding the Next Record and Previous Record Buttons
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Creating a Query
Customizing a BindingNavigator Control
Using the LINQ Aggregate Operators
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Completing the Paradise Bookstore Application
Coding the Paradise Bookstore Application
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Ch 14: Access Databases and SQL
Lesson A
After Studying Lesson A, You Should Be Able to:
Adding Records to a Dataset
Sorting the Records in a Dataset
Deleting Records from a Dataset
Lesson A Summary
Lesson A Key Terms
Lesson A Review Questions
Lesson A Exercises
Lesson B
After Studying Lesson B, You Should Be Able to:
Structured Query Language
The SELECT Statement
Creating a Query
Lesson B Summary
Lesson B Key Terms
Lesson B Review Questions
Lesson B Exercises
Lesson C
After Studying Lesson C, You Should Be Able to:
Parameter Queries
Saving a Query
Invoking a Query from Code
The INSERT and DELETE Statements
Lesson C Summary
Lesson C Key Terms
Lesson C Review Questions
Lesson C Exercises
Appendix A: Finding and Fixing Program Errors
Appendix B: GUI Design Guidelines
Appendix C: Visual Basic Conversion Functions
Appendix D: Visual Basic 2012 Cheat Sheet
Appendix E: Case Projects
Index
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